Disability, discrimination disadvantage with University of Bristol

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Healthwatch Bristol were approached by Dr Joseph Hartland about the work they were doing with First Year Medical Students on the topics of Diversity, Discrimination and Disadvantage (known as 3D at the medical school). The University is keen to work with the public and 3rd sector so that our future doctors do not have pre-conceptions or unconscious bias around people from equalities/seldom heard backgrounds, such as BAME, LGBTQ+ Disabled or Disadvantaged groups of the population. Healthwatch Bristol run a event across two days. The first event took place on 28 November, which was for BAME patients to talk about their experiences of the health and social care system. On 30 November there was a day for carers, which coincided with “International Carer’s Rights Day.” Students were given a presentation by Healthwatch Bristol about the needs of carers and were shown videos of young carers and carers working with older people. As a result of this work, around ninety students who did not previously know about the work of Healthwatch took leaflets and information away around the work that we do. They will be able to use this in practice around patient participation.

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General details

Report title 
Disability, discrimination disadvantage with University of Bristol
Local Healthwatch 
Healthwatch Bristol
Date of publication 
Saturday, 1 December, 2018
Date evidence capture began 
Saturday, 1 December, 2018
Date evidence capture finished 
Saturday, 1 December, 2018
Type of report 
Report
Key themes 
Health inequalities
Health promotion
Health protection
Information providing
Healthwatch reference number 
Rep-7042

Methodology and approach

Was the work undertaken at the request of another organisation? 
No
What type of organisation requested the work 
N/A
If this work has been done in partnership, who is the partner? 
University of Bristol
Primary research method used 
Engagement event
How was the information collected? 
Engagement Event
If an Enter and View methodology was applied, was the visit announced or unannounced? 
N/A

Details of health and care services included in the report

Primary care services 
GP practice

Details of people who shared their views

Number of people who shared their views 
Not known
Age group 
Not known
Gender 
Not known
Ethnicity 
Not known
Sexual orientation 
Not known
Does the information include public's views? 
Yes
Does the information include carer's, friend's or relative's views? 
No
Does the information include staff's views? 
No
Does the information include other people's views? 
No
What was the main sentiment of the people who shared their views? 
Positive

Outcomes and impact

Were recommendations made by local Healthwatch in the report? 
No
Does the information contain a response from a provider? 
No
Is there evidence of impact in the report? 
Yes
Is there evidence of impact external to the report? 
Not known
What type of impact was determined? 
Implied Impact

Network Impact
Relationships that exist locally, regionally, nationally have benefited from the work undertaken in the report
 
Implied Impact
Where it is implied that change may occur in the future as a result of Healthwatch work. This can be implied in a provider  response, press release or other source. Implied impact can become tangible impact once change has occurred.
 
Tangible Impact
There is evidence of change that can be directly attributed to Healthwatch work undertaken in the report.